Teaching Fellow in Heritage and Museum Studies, – Ref:1616705
UCL Department / Division: UCL Institute of Archaeology
Hours: Full Time
Salary (inclusive of London allowance): £37,936 – £41,163 per annum
Duties and Responsibilities:
The UCL Institute of Archaeology is seeking to appoint a full-time Teaching Fellow in Heritage and Museum Studies. The post is funded until 31 December 2019 in the first instance. The Teaching Fellow will work closely alongside the MA in Cultural Heritage Studies Coordinator, MA in Museum Studies Coordinator, and other Heritage Section staff in assisting with teaching core and option courses to postgraduate students and contributing more generally to the organisation of teaching in the Institute of Archaeology at UCL as required. This will include lecturing, designing and running taught practicals, supervising dissertation training and research, marking assignments, organising and leading taught field visits, and assisting in the recruitment and the content and monitoring of the placements as required.
We are seeking an individual with a PhD in archaeology, anthropology, cultural heritage studies, museum studies, or related field, with a specific focus on heritage or museums, along with teaching experience at Masters level. Candidates will have professional experience in the heritage and/or museum sector, in the UK or abroad. Although not essential, it would be an advantage for candidates to have demonstrable experience of producing publications or other research outputs as research led teaching is a key requirement for this role.
The Job Description, Person Specification and Online Application Form can be accessed by following this linktinyurl.com/md7ox67
Informal enquiries about the post may be addressed to Professor Rodney Harrison at email@example.com. Queries regarding the application process should be sent to Louisa Goldsmith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing Date for applications: 23 Apr 2017, Interview date: TBC